SOLVED! - Browser Can’t Establish A Secure Connection- How to Fix?
A secure connection is a technical term describing the encrypted connection by one or more security protocols to ensure the security of data flowing between two or more nodes. Without being encrypted, data could prone to threats by malicious software. Hence, a secure connection is incredibly important.
Unfortunately, a lot of Android users are getting “can’t establish a secure connection” error or the message” this site can’t provide a secure connection” on their devices and could not come up with a feasible solution to the problem. Sit back and learn how to deal with it by following this short guide from milagromobilemarketing.
- 1 The initial approach to the secure connection collapse.
- 2 What to do if you encounter “Can’t establish a secure connection” error on Android?
- 3 Engage with us
The initial approach to the secure connection collapse.
Before doing any troubleshooting on your Android, you have to come to the sober realization that it’s not a website issue. That means the situation in which your browser can not establish a secure connection is caused by other issues rather than the systematic errors. Verifying to assure the website you’re trying to access works well could be implemented through another smartphone or computer. With the exploitation of Windows, you need to access the mobile version of the site. If there is no problem, then you must proceed to the next troubleshooting steps below.
What to do if you encounter “Can’t establish a secure connection” error on Android?
Force quit the browser app
In some cases, the failure to establishing a secure connection can be caused by a temporary glitch within the browser. The advice is to restart the app to finely load the site. Follow the guide:
- Tap on the Recent Apps button and you can see the list of apps prompts
- Find the browser app and tap on the X at the upper right to close it.
- Open the browser app again.
Forced restart your Android
A temporary bug might be the culprit of the issue. To fix it, you can try to simulate the effects of a battery pull by following the steps below:
- Spontaneously press and hold the Power + Volume Down buttons for about 10 seconds or until the device power cycles. Then, the Maintenance Boot Mode screen will appear in a few seconds
- From the Maintenance Boot Mode screen, choose Normal Boot and wait for the reset to complete.
Update your browser
App updates installation sometimes works in fixing the bug and eliminate the repetitive” could not establish secure connection” error on your Android. Hence, you should check if the browser you’re using is the latest version on your Settings.
Clear the cache of the browser app
If you have tried these above steps and seen no improvement, you can further troubleshoot the app by clearing its cache. The clearance of the current cache will force the device to create a new cache once you start using the app afterward and establish a secure connection. Here’s how to clear an app cache:
- Open Settings app and choose Apps
- Tap on More settings at the upper right (three verticle dot icon).
- Select Show system apps, drag down to find your browser app
- Tap Storage and then Clear cache. At the final stage, restart your Android device and check for the problem.
A follow up to this troubleshooting step is clearing an app’s data when the cause of the problem is one of the add-ons of the app. You can follow the guide on how to clear the cache of the browser app up to step 3. In the next step, instead of tapping Clear Cache, you press Clear Data button and then restart your phone to see further improvements.
Switch to another browser
The point is, not every app secure connection is fixable on your end. In this case, you had better go look for another browser app. There is a multitude of good alternatives for the stock of Android web browsers such as Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, etc. Using those sorts of search engines, you can make a secure connection to the server.
Reset the network data settings
Tidying up your device’s network settings is one of the must-do troubleshooting steps in this tutorial. Some network configuration issues might prompt to cause the browser to not open the site properly. Read on to see how to get rid of secure connection breakdown.
- From the Home screen, open the Apps tray.
- Navigate respectively to Settings > General Management > Reset > Reset network settings.
- Tap Reset Settings and enter a PIN.
- Press Reset Settings a second time and wait for the confirmation window to appear.
Safe Mode observation
At this point, if the “secure connection failed” error remains, the next thing to do is to check if a bad app is to blame by running your Android to safe mode. Here are the steps to run your device to safe mode:
- Turn the device off and hold the Power key past the model name screen.
- Then release the Power key. Press and hold the Volume down key immediately and then wait until the device finishes restarting.
- You can see safe mode display in the bottom left corner of the screen.
- Release the Volume down key.
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